Imagine walking through beautiful gardens and across meticulously maintained grounds, entering a building designed by a leading architect of the 19th century, being surrounded by expertly curated interiors highlighting the finest decorative arts of the period - and finally, as the culmination of the experience, hearing exquisite music that was created for this space.
Would you like to experience Music of the Gilded Age at an historic Hudson Valley mansion? Documentaries made of each live performance at a historic mansion, including insightful interviews and a tour of the house and grounds.
Here is what was said after a recent event:
“Boscobel applauds Christopher Brellochs for his expertise, musicianship, and collegiality. In June 2018 he led a quartet of talented saxophonists in a performance that coupled their mastery of their instruments with thoughtful, engaging commentary on the saxophone’s place in history. Our visitors were enthralled. Bravo! We look forward to continuing to support your sabbatical research in any way that we can.”
Boscobel House & Gardens
Video below is from a previous performance called:
MUSIC OF THE GILDED AGE: LONDON, FRANCE AND AMERICA
Music from Adolphe Sax, Gilbert & Sullivan, and Jerome Kern